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While you are looking for countries that start with A, you’ll get 14 or more countries of the world which start with the Alphabetic letter “A”. Though most of them are the Sovereign States some of them are dependent territories. Here is the list of countries with A:

There are 14 countries starting with A that I can remember: This is a list of countries and areas in the world in alphabetical order, with the official names and alternative names.

Alphabetical list of countries that starting with A
English Name Capital City Population
Land Area
1 Afghanistan Kabul 35,530,081 652,860 54
2 Albania Tirana 2,930,187 27,400 107
3 Algeria Algiers 41,318,142 2,381,740 17
4 American Samoa Pago Pago 55,641 200 278
5 Andorra Andorra la Vella 76,965 470 164
6 Angola Luanda 29,784,193 1,246,700 24
7 Anguilla The Valley 14,909 90 166
8 Antigua and Barbuda St. John’s 102,012 440 232
9 Argentina Buenos Aires 44,271,041 2,736,690 16
10 Armenia Yerevan 2,930,450 28,470 103
11 Aruba Oranjestad 105,264 180 585
12 Australia Canberra 24,450,561 7,682,300 3
13 Austria Vienna 8,735,453 82,409 106
14 Azerbaijan Baku 9,827,589 82,658 119

Australia is the largest country considering by area among all of those countries starting with A. The land area of Australia is 7,682,300Km². Argentina is the most populous country and second largest country by area among those countries that start with A. The population of Argentina is 44,271,041 and the land area is 2,736,690Km². Afghanistan is the second most populous country name starting with A. The population of Afghanistan is 35,530,081and the land area is652,860. From the list of countries with A, the most density of population is in Aruba. About 585 peoples are living in every kilometer per square area on average in Aruba.

Sometimes, you’ll see the difference of a number of countries in many another list of countries that start with A, because some dependent or partially recognized country names are in the list or sometimes may not include those country names which are not sovereign states. A sovereign state represents A “Country” or “Nation” which is totally independent.

It means a place within its own borders and completely independent government. On the other hand, there are some controversial countries which are usually labeled as disputed territories or partially recognized countries. These controversial countries are claimed as parts of other countries which aren’t actually controlled by themselves.

Please note that many of those dependent or partially recognized countries are in the list of Olympic Nations or FIFA eligible countries. The nearly-independent country, Aruba is also included in this list of Olympic Nations.